QCOP goes to Gloucester Saturday 3rd February 2018
A chance to meet and discuss with other Friends and members concerned about global population issues. This will be a more structured face to face meeting than our usual 6 monthly ones, with two aims:
-To be accessible to our QCOP members and others in Southern England, giving a chance to discuss a Quakerly perspective on global population issues.
-To address the question of, “Why concern about population issues is a necessary response to the Canterbury Commitment (Minute 36)”, i.e. Its place in the sustainability debate. We need this debate for dialogue with QPSW and Meeting for Sufferings.
Please tell us if you hope to attend so we can buy enough satsumas!
1.00 – 2.00 Bring your packed lunch and meet like-minded others. Teas, coffee and satsumas provided.
2.00- 4.00 Discussion facilitated by a fellow QCOP member and others.
Gloucester station is a 10 minute walk away. The venue is a listed building in the heart of this historic city: Gloucester Quaker Meeting House, Greyfriars, off Southgate, GL1 1TS
(Meeting website and directions: glosquakers.org/local-meetings/gloucester/ )
Enquiries to Cherry Foster, email@example.com or qcop.org.uk